Sunday, November 22, 2009

Kids Kitchen

It's once again time for Kids Kitchen! This week we began our quest at the farmers market, tasting and choosing what fruit would be perfect for our Busy Morning Smoothie. Each vendor had beautiful, unique and very fresh produce to offer. In the end the ripe mango and deep red locally grown strawberries caught our attention, we placed them in our market bag and continued on....

The Busy Morning Smoothie is born, the perfect and simple way to send your family out the door in the morning, secure in the fact that they started their day out right!




Busy Morning Smoothie
Serves 4
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6 whole strawberries
1/2 ripe mango
1 tbsp. honey
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup milk
1 cup ice
Remove stems from the strawberries. Peel and slice 1/2 a ripe mango. Place both fruits in blender. Add honey, vanilla, ice and milk to the blender. Blend until smooth. Pour into 4 small glasses and garnish with a fresh strawberry. Enjoy!

13 comments:

Chef Fresco said...

Love the blog - your daughter is adorable!

Ken said...

Kids at the Frmers Market. You know I approve! Not that you need my approval in raising your impeccable kids! GREG

Ken said...

Sup! is having computer problems so "KEN" is GREG!

The Cooking Photographer said...

This is a great idea to blog your kid's in the kitchen Sarah. It gives them motivation to cook and to learn. I may have to do something more to involve my kiddo too too. Thank-you.

Laura

Laura in Paris said...

How fun!

Chef E said...

She is already a star in the kitchen, and on her way to becoming one with her own kids one day, how great! I miss the days with mine, and beautiful kitchen...

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

What a yummy smoothie! She is doing such an excellent job with the videos! And I bet it's a lot of fun!

Chris said...

"Accidents happen", LMAO!

And is you child and blender just that small or are those HUGE FREAKING STRAWBERRIES?

Sarah said...

Chris-
S. is very petite! I din't realize it but those strawberries do look huge, but they were of average size.

5 Star Foodie said...

We love the post and the smoothie!

Malar Gandhi said...

Cho Chweet:)

figtree said...

Great post! I teach cooking classes in the summer..they would love these smoothies!

Taste of Beirut said...

very cute little girl! I remember mine at that age! looks like she has a future in the kitchen!